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Trapped at home with too much time on our hands feels like the perfect opportunity to revisit some classic films and to consider the age old question: "Does it hold up?"

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    • TV & Film
    • 5.0 • 4 Ratings

Trapped at home with too much time on our hands feels like the perfect opportunity to revisit some classic films and to consider the age old question: "Does it hold up?"

    Does INNERSPACE Hold Up?

    Does INNERSPACE Hold Up?

    Part 2 in our 80's Shrink Ray Double Feature sees the guys tackling Joe Dante's 1987 sci-fi comedy INNERSPACE. It's a movie featuring the dancing skills of Martin Short, the drinking skills of Dennis Quaid, and a lot of very weird hand jokes. Also, a giant fetus. Next week: Can't Hardly Wait.

    • 47 min
    Does HONEY I SHRUNK THE KIDS Hold Up?

    Does HONEY I SHRUNK THE KIDS Hold Up?

    The guys enlist the services of special guest Bill O'Connell to revisit a childhood favorite, 1989's Honey I Shrunk The Kid. They talk about Matt Frewer's wear and tear, Rick Moranis's rapid-fire inventions, Disney's toothless depiction of marital strife, and everyone's love of a giant oatmeal creme pie. Plus a short tangent to discuess all things Batman. Next week: The shrink rays continue with INNERSPACE

    • 48 min
    Does GRUMPY OLD MEN Hold Up?

    Does GRUMPY OLD MEN Hold Up?

    Daley and Bart glimpse their own futures with GRUMPY OLD MEN, probably the best of the modern Lemon/Mathau films. The guys examine the film's pioneering use of the manic pixie dream girl, wonder aloud at the total lack of a plot, sing the praises of Kevin Pollack and ask just how many downright filthy euphamisms for sex Burgess Meredith can rattle off the top of his head. Next week, HONEY I SHRUNK THE KID.

    • 51 min
    Does HUDSON HAWK Hold Up?

    Does HUDSON HAWK Hold Up?

    Daley dusts off his favorite movie featuring Bruce Willis singing showtunes while stealing priceless artifacts. Bart suffers along. The guys talk about The Return Of Bruno, the perks of canine fellatio and Andie McDowell's chat with the dolphins. Would you like to swing on a star? Next week, turnabout is fair play with one of Bart's favorites, GRUMPY OLD MEN.

    • 38 min
    Does THE MASK OF ZORRO Hold Up?

    Does THE MASK OF ZORRO Hold Up?

    We're back! After an unexpected hiatus, the guys are back with a look at 1998's The Mask Of Zorro. They talk about the fine art of onscreen fencing, the unfortunate consequences of a Welshman in brownface, and who should be the next to take up the mantle of Zorro. Also, horse hijinks galore. Next week: Hudson Hawk!

    • 54 min
    Does TWISTER Hold Up?

    Does TWISTER Hold Up?

    The guys are joined by guest Nicole Smith to discuss the 1996 foul weather blockbuster, Twister. The crew longs for more Helen Hunt, throws a surprising amount of shade at Bill Paxton, and warns about the dangers of subpar storm cellar carpentry. And if you thought Daley would get through an entire discussion about a Jan de Bont movie without taking the opportunity to spread the good word about ROAR, then have you even met Daley? Next Week: Hook.

    • 58 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
4 Ratings

4 Ratings

Patrick?? ,

Like Movies? Listen to this podcast.

I have been totally binging on this podcast. The hosts are personable, reasonable and engaging. Even when don't agree with them, I find myself drawn into the conversation instead of alienated - which is great.

If I had one quibble, it's that sometimes I miss some banter when someone gets quiet (Jamie).

If Jeff ever needs to retire, I'll take his spot.

ArlingtonVAGal ,

Great fill of movie spectating

Fun podcast that gives you multiple views of new and old movies. I like the aspect of movie watching as a spectator sport. Daley's podcast is fun, sarcastic, and informative.

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